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Be Informed Virtual Lecture Series: Eusebia Mont

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Be Informed: Virtual Lecture Series is a virtual continuing education series hosted by the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the University of Maryland showcasing the research and expertise of our faculty in pursuit of innovative solutions to the challenges facing our global community. A range of topics including psychology, social justice, political science, human behavior and more will be addressed. This month's talk, "Infusing Diverse Perspectives into Course Design," presented by Eusabia V. Mont.


Infusing Diverse Perspectives into Course Design

Research supports the need for an increased focus on diversity and inclusion in higher education course development. The question remains: how can faculty integrate topics of diversity and equity authentically? Topics surrounding diversity and culture often become “add ons” and not thoroughly ingrained in the established course design or learning outcomes.

This session offers practical strategies to engage in culturally immersive course development and teaching.


Eusabia V. Mont is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park. She earned degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Hampton University and California State University, Northridge. She is the director of the Cultural-Linguistic Diversity Emphasis Program and leader of the Mentorship Network. Eusebia teaches Multicultural Issues in Communication Disorders, Principles and Methods in Speech-language Pathology, and Speech and Language Development in Children. Her specific clinical interests include communication across the lifespan, emphasizing language development in children and dementia-related communication disorders. Her interests also include infusing diverse perspectives into course design and culturally responsive service delivery to reduce health disparities. Before joining the HESP faculty, she worked in various educational and rehabilitation settings and private practice.

Cost: FREE

Sponsored by the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Alumni Chapter Board.



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